"The golden powder sands of the Natai Beach and the Andaman Sea’s azure expanse provide vistas of transcendent serenity."
Located on the sunset side of the Andaman Sea and the pristine Natai Beach, Aleenta Phuket - Phang Nga offers its guests the ultimate island getaway.
Innovative dining, personalised service, pampering at renowned Spa IV, and a chance to help release rare leatherback turtles nurtured through the Pure Blue Foundation make Aleenta an ideal choice for a relaxing holiday, romantic getaway, or dream wedding in paradise. A luxury retreat with a conscience, Aleenta Resort & Spa, Phuket Phangnga is a boutique resort on Thailand's Andaman coast. Alone on a stretch of sand, one of the major draws is its privacy. Thanks to careful planning and design, even at capacity, the hotel feels like a private heaven.
Luxury of space coupled with personalised services and professional staff is the heart of why guests choose the Aleenta Phuket - Phang Nga. The concept of 'all suites, all private' is delivered in luxury rooms which come with plenty of private space. Accommodations range in sizes from 80m for the smallest rooms to 600m for 2 and 3 bedroom beachfront villas.
Simple and unfussy doesn’t have to be bohemian. The Robinson Crusoe in us has grown up and we want all the comforts in life. Cool off in the gorgeous infinity pool and grab a drink from the swim-up bar before soaking up the sun on the terrace.
- Room service
- Infinity Pool
- CD library
- Galleria Aleenta
- Wedding venue
- Concierge & security
Indulge in award winning dining and an explosive journey of Asian flavours at Aleenta Phuket-Phangnga. From nutritious wholesome cuisine carefully crafted using healing herbs to delicious Thai food filled with exotic spices. For something extra special, private dining is the ultimate choice - from a romantic dinner for two to a beach barbeque with friends. Refreshing drinks are also available throughout the day and night at The resort.
Phuket has a tropical monsoonal climate, with the rainy season beginning earlier than in northern Thailand, starting in May but generally ending late October. Apart from the period between mid-September and mid-October when the rain falls steadily, most monsoon days are rain-free save for showers in the afternoon. The best months to visit Phuket are from November to February, when temperatures are comfortable, skies are clear and blue and humidity is low. This is the high season, with the majority of visitors coming over for the Christmas and New Year period.
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"Thailand's largest island is great for beaches, but true Thai life lies beyond the busy resorts."
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- Saturday - closed
- Sunday - closed
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